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We both tested negative
Oct 21, 2012

I had unprotected sex with an female friend of mine on 08/11/12. After talking we decided to have a HIV test on 09/05/12. Both of Our test came back negative. I know from reading on here that's to early for a good test result. I asked her how long it had been since she she was last sexual active and she told about 3 months. She also told me that she had just donated blood on 7/15/12 but that's her word. I'm worried because I'm back with my girlfriend and we've had unprotected sex also. I went to my local aids group and took a rapid hiv test by blood on 10/01/12 (51 days) that came back negative also. I'm so worried that my test on 10/29/12 is going to change to positive. I've read that it less likely to change, but I can't get that in my head. Please let me know what you think .

Response from Mr. Cordova

Hi there:

Based on all of the information you have presented to me, I am fairly confident your test on 10/29/12 will come back negative as well. That being said, be sure to get that final test.

In health,

Richard



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